VCC 2022 Playoffs: Here are All the Qualified Teams and Schedule: The top eight teams will compete in the main stage of Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 after seven intense qualifiers, six of which are regional and one wild card. Following the qualifiers, the tournament will continue with the top eight teams competing for two spots in the APAC Split 1 Playoff. Following the completion of the Qualifiers Stage, the tournament will move on to the Playoffs Stage, which will be held from February 18-20.
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Global Esports and God Particles, on the other hand, did not win their respective slots in India Qualifiers 1 and 2. After beating the odds in the Wild Card Qualifier, both Indian teams advanced to the main stage. The top eight teams are ready to compete in the Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022 playoff stage, which begins on February 18, 2022, with the addition of Global Esports and God Particles to the playoffs.
Here are the Top 8 Participating Teams in VCC 2022 Playoffs:
- Velocity Gaming (India)
- Enigma Gaming (India)
- Team Exploit (Pakistan)
- Exceeli Esports (Bangladesh)
- Union Gaming (Sri Lanka)
- Khumbu Esports (Nepal)
- Global Esports (India)
- God Particles (India)
Valorant Conquerors Championship 2022, the path for South Asian teams to make their mark on Valorant’s biggest stage. South Asia’s leading esports company, Nodwin Gaming, has partnered with Riot Games to organize VCC 2022 in South Asia. Playoffs for the Challengers Furthermore, this time the APAC region will not only host SA and SEA countries. The event will also feature representatives from Japan and Oceania. Prior to the Master, however, China and South Korea will hold their own qualifiers.
Akshat Rathee, MD & Co-Founder of NODWIN Gaming, said in the official statement: “We’ve seen a huge interest build up among South Asian players for our VCC property since its launch, as it gives all Valorant players an opportunity to compete and leave their mark at an international level. This is the second year we are working with Riot on the VCC, and together we aim to elevate the level of the competition this year.”